Special thanks to the folks at TUCOWS (and to Tom, for reasons that he already knows), all of my old blog entries which were previously stored here as simple archives are now in Blogware proper and searchable from the main page. A bit of cleanup to do yet — I'm going to modify some of [...]
Yesterday, I cleared out my office, and this morning I quit my job. Why I quit my job is a discussion I'd rather not have online, but suffice it to say that the company was changing in radical ways that were going to require talents different than what I have to offer, and one of [...]
Big life changes today. Really big. But too early to spill the details. Read all about it tomorrow…
Welcome (back) to my blog! Lots has changed, and you're going to have to bear with me a bit as I settle in to my new home. On Friday, March 5, I migrated my blog from Movable Type to Blogware. This has been a long time coming; I've been working with Blogware since it was [...]
Just FYI, I updated the Guide to Hotels in New York this evening.
Ross has nudged, so I guess I must respond. Tomorrow I'll begin exploring the process by which I can migrate my blog to Blogware. I'll be looking at moving my existing templates over (I like the way things look here), and trying to figure out what's involved in shoving files over without breaking too awful [...]
OK, now www.eal.us really *is* back online. I was grumbling that Earthlink must have started blocking ports or something. Turns out the problem was nothing of the sort. In actuality, I had bungled the Ethernet config and essentially left the server able to talk only to the local network. BUT, I've moved the site to [...]
Sorry about the downtime…it was for the stupidest of reasons. See, someone hacked one of my servers at the ISP, and it was such a mess that I pulled the box from the rack in order to bring it home and rebuild it from scratch, and I didn't have a free port on the switch, [...]